How do I Demagnetize Something?

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To demagnetize something, you have to use a magnet to remove the magnetic charge from the object. This usually is done to something you don't want demagnetized, like a credit card.
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To demagnetize a metal or other materials. you can heat the metal to a high temperature or pound it with a matter. By doing this, the atoms will disorient and the magnetic field will be eliminated.
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